Rolling Stones release new boxset

Band compile singles for new release

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The Rolling Stones are set to release another huge boxset, this time collecting singles from the past four decades.

‘The Rolling Stones Singles (1971-2006)’ features 45 of the rock legends’ singles, from ‘Brown Sugar’ in 1971 through to 2006’s ‘Biggest Mistake’, and is released on April 11. View the set at Rollingstones.com.

The lavish package contains 173 tracks, of which 83 are not officially available elsewhere. The 32-page booklet includes a new essay by Stones expert Paul Sexton and an interview with former bass player and band archivist Bill Wyman.

Additionally, the band are putting out a limited-edition vinyl version of ‘Brown Sugar’ in April to mark Record Store Day. It will include original B-sides ‘Bitch’ and ‘Let It Rock’.

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